This fall the CW will introduce a remake of the British cult series “The Tomorrow People”. Get a first look and some background info after the jump. Or is that “jaunt’?
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Riddick returns this fall in his third cinematic outing. Watch the first trailer after the jump.
Above is the new design for the return of classic “Doctor Who” monster to this year. As you’ll note it draws heavily on the design (below) from classic series . Classic series fans are especially excited about this design.
Although purists point out that the new design lacks the clamp shaped hands, the fur trim, and the pear shaped body.
What do you think? Is the new design a great way of honoring the past? Too faithful? Or, for those clamp hand fans out there, not faithful enough?
In an appearance on Friday, on ITV’s “This morning”, when asked about his involvement in this year’s “Doctor Who” 50th anniversary season, he responded:
I haven’t had any information up until just about right now. And all I can say to you is we’re discussing things.
Then with visible enthusiasm he added:
That’s a total exclusive! You guys are the first to ever hear. Even yesterday I was giving interviews and I was saying I’ve heard nothing. And now I can give you a little bit of an exclusive.
Later he noted:
It’s all very secretive.
You can watch the whole interview after the jump …
Imagine a world dominated by sidewalks that moved at 100 miles per hour. How dependent would we become on them? How quickly would our central maxim of life be:
“The Roads Must Roll” originally aired on “Dimension X” on September 1, 1950. This is a classic of science fiction. And one of Robert A. Heinlein’s best remembered stories.
Great actor. Great Doctor. After the jump, a few of the better tribute videos to the 9th Doctor!
Nifty new trailer after the jump.
There are all kinds of dangers an adventurer might face. But nothing more intriguing than …
“Flying Saucers” originally aired on “Dangerous Assignment” on April 17, 1950. This is one of the shows from the early fifties that had both radio and television versions airing at the same time, and featuring the same cast. The TV series was somewhat obscure, and hard to find. But now, thanks to Hulu, the series can be watched for free. The television series only had a single 39 episode season. Hulu has made all the episodes available. The radio series ran for three years. About 90 episodes have survived. But series star the always reliable Brian Donlevy.